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Full text of "Alaskan glacier studies of the National Geographic Society in the Yakutat Bay, Prince William Sound and lower Copper River regions"

PLATE XXII
A.   TUNNEL FROM WHICH ESKEB STREAM EMERGED IN 1909 The crevasaing of 1906 is healed (see Plate XXI, B) and the tunnel resembles that of the earlier years.
MARGIN OF ATHBVTDA GLACEBB, WEST OF EBKEH STREAM Jagged ice cliff on right where, in 1905, it was easy to ascend, over moraine waste, up a moderate slope. From this cliff blocks of ice and bowlders were constantly faffing while the photograph was being taken.   Note the trees being buried in the morainic debris and overturned by the ice shove.   Photograph taken July 10,1906.